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Old 01-08-19, 07:03 AM
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One of my 2 bikes with a triple, Chorus with Record OR rear derailleur and a modern front derailleur.
Shifts perfect with 8 speed Ergopower.
I took the picture last Saturday during a 200 km ride. It was raining, so the bike is very dirty.
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picked up a few more, and another X3 bottom bracket (not pictured)
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Originally Posted by Andy_K View Post
This seems like a perfect fit. The C&V crowd loves Campagnolo. A lot of us need or prefer lower gearing. Fortunately, Campagnolo foresaw this and provided...
I always been of the opinion that Campagnolo reluctantly gave in to pleading from the consumers/shops/bicycle manufacturers and provided triples. Regardless, my only triples are on my ATBs and none of those are Campag, so no pics.
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picked up a few more, and another X3 bottom bracket (not pictured)
Quite a haul, too bad somebody drilled more holes in the old one.
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Quite a haul, too bad somebody drilled more holes in the old one.
they are threaded, and are the same bolt pattern as the super small (24t, 28t) innermost rings of two of the other cranksets.
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they are threaded, and are the same bolt pattern as the super small (24t, 28t) innermost rings of two of the other cranksets.
I get that, but that is an original triple with the short flutes for the factory holes, should have been left alone imho, may or may not be weaker now as well.
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I get that, but that is an original triple with the short flutes for the factory holes, should have been left alone imho, may or may not be weaker now as well.
Yeah, two sets is overkill.
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How long of a bottom bracket spindle is everyone using for the NR triples?
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